Jessica Fletcher : [on phone] Yes, Harold, I got the galleys and I finished going over them last night.
Jessica Fletcher : No, overall, it looks fine. Just a couple of typos I'll give to Kathryn later.
Jessica Fletcher : Oh, yeah, I forgot. At the bottom of page 270, there are three paragraphs that are really interior monologue, and they should be italicized.
Jessica Fletcher : Well, I'm looking forward very much to seeing the gook when it's done.
Jessica Fletcher : Well, I'd love to have lunch, Harold, but I can't. Well, you see, the reason I came to New York was to teach a class in criminology, and today happens to be my first day.
Jessica Fletcher : Your sergeant's test is only three days away, and we've got a great deal of ground to cover.
Officer Kevin Bryce : You're a hard woman, Mrs. Fletcher.
Jessica Fletcher : You know something, Mr. Bryce? You're right. Good. I was afraid for a moment there that I was starting to slip. Now, to work.